On November 26 in Billingshurst in West Sussex, Summers Place sells a skeleton 90% complete, lot 92 estimated beyond £ 150K. Here is the link to the site of the auction house.
Smaller than its predecessors, the woolly mammoth has the size of a big elephant. The skeleton for sale, 3.50 m high, is certainly a male: females were smaller. The tusks of the mammoth, on the opposite, were longer than the elephant's. Those of the specimen for sale have an inner curve of 2.40 m and are in excellent condition. The animal lived in Eastern Europe, perhaps 10,000 years ago.
A skeleton of Siberian mammoth was sold for € 240K including premium by Sotheby's on October 2, 2012.
I invite you to play the video shared by Daily Mail to announce the mammoth of the next sale: